The Wishing Well Curse

Rated 4.60/5 based on 5 reviews
Zeke Clay is down on his luck. He’s lost everything—an apartment, an education, a girlfriend, his job…

When a mysterious letter comes from a law firm in Colorado, he decides things just might be looking up. Now he stands to inherit a fortune, but it comes with a price. He must break a family curse and restore true love. What does he know about breaking a curse? More
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Published by AltWit Press
Words: 61,860
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301574445
About Lynn Donovan

Lynn writes from her heart and five decades of experiences she has accumulated as daughter, wife, mother of four, and grandmother of seven when creating her stories. She categorizes herself as the “sandwich generation” because she is caring for her mother who has Alzheimer’s and is one child away from an empty nest. Besides blogging, Lynn enjoys reading and writing mainstream fiction and speculative fiction, but you might find a historical romance among her collections as well. She currently lives in Southwest Kansas but looks forward to building a home in Colorado. She attends a Creative Writing class at the local college to sharpen her talents and increase her creative juices.

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Review by: Bosede Oluwayomi on Jan. 21, 2016 :
I could not stop turning the pages. An awesome masterpiece based on Jabez's story. I am so privileged to have read this book. The power and name of Jesus does break every demonic chains and hold against our lives. Thank you.
(review of free book)

Review by: TAMMY HUDSON on March 01, 2014 :
This was overall good book. This book was about Zeke Clay who was down on his luck and he receives a letter that could change his luck if he can break a curse on the family he did not realized he had and give him a new start with a huge inheritance.
What I liked was Zeke having to solve this mystery and realized he needs God in his life to help him along the way. What I did not like was this is supposed to be christian fiction but has ghost in it. I know this is fiction but it is called Necromancy and it is strictly forbidden by God it is trafficking with demons. Also after someone takes there own life they can not be forgiven for it is too late. I know some may see this as nitpicking but this is my opinion.
(review of free book)

Review by: Mary Polly on May 02, 2013 :
I couldn't not stop reading this! It had my attention from the beginning! It is mystical, mysterious and it ends so wonderfully with the Christian aspect! I love it Love it Love it!! Can't wait for the sequel!!!!!!!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Emerald Barnes on April 15, 2013 :
This book had my attention and held it! It follows Zeke Clay who has a terrible day when it first begins: quitting school, losing his girlfriend, and getting laid off of work. He has no where to go until he gets a mysterious letter and a summons to a lawyers office.

Deciding he's got nothing to lose, he drives from Texas to Colorado. What he finds there is a something that wasn't expected - an inheritance from a man who claims to be his Uncle (with a few greats attacked). But there is one condition, he must break the family's curse.

The curse comes attached with restoring true love and even though Zeke doesn't want to believe in it, he cannot deny the truth of the story and how it relates to his life.

Okay, first off, let me say, well done Mrs. Donovan for bringing out the faith in a paranormal novel. It isn't easy to that, and despite having to bend a few rules regarding ghosts and the Bible, it was absolutely well done. And, this is fiction, so I'm not complaining. It was plausible, and in my fiction, that's what I like. I want it to feel real, and Lynn did this, in my opinion, regarding the mystery level of this piece of work.

However, what I didn't find realistic was the dialogue for the young men in the novel. I don't think the dialogue sounded "real" enough. It felt forced and sort of outdated for the times.

Aside from the dialogue, I quite enjoyed the story. I found it very entertaining and addictive.

**I received an ARC for a fair, honest, and unbiased review.**
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Lynn Worton on April 14, 2013 :
This is an intriguing story that hooked me from the first page! I loved it!

Zeke Clay is a very likeable character, who has not had the best of luck in his life. He is a very honest and honourable man. I liked him very much!

This is a fantastic gothic Christian paranormal mystery/suspense novel! I must admit that I am not an overly religious person (although I do believe that there is a higher power "out there", watching over us), so I was a bit worried about whether this book would be "preachy". I am happy to say that it is most definitely not preachy! However, it does focus on one passage in the bible - The Jabez Prayer. I was most intrigued with the mystery of the wishing well curse, and how the Prayer was used in the story. The author blended together a mix of myth and history, along with a dash of religion, to create a suspenseful and exciting read that had me enthralled! I loved the flow of the story, and the ending made me want to believe in destiny; I love a happy ending, and the author didn't disappoint!

Lynn Donovan has written an exciting Christian paranormal mystery/suspense novel with a hint of romance that was pretty fast paced, so I never felt bored - it was an extremely enjoyable read! I highly recommend this book if you love Christian or Paranormal Romance genres. - Lynn Worton
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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